Powys County, Wales Newswire (Page 6)

Powys County, Wales Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Lloyd Burns and Rhys Thomas have now come to terms with what happened to themRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | IcNetwork

    They experienced the joys of everything good rugby has to offer before it was cruelly taken away. This is the story of what happened next They were two popular Welsh rugby figures who made it to the top of the game and represented their country with immense pride.

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  2. 12 FREE things to do in Swansea over the May half-term holidayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | IcNetwork

    If you want to keep your cash in your pockets when the kids are are on school holidays then we've found plenty of things in and around Swansea where you can have a fun-filled day out for free. Take inspiration from our pick of 12 fun things to do over the half-term holiday that won't cost the earth, and if you have any to share with us, pop them in the comments box below.

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  3. The wonderful story of how a Welsh schoolboy toppled the All Blacks twice in three monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | IcNetwork

    Some of the greatest players to ever wear the three feathers never managed to beat the All Blacks but this 18-year-old did An A-list catalogue of rugby legends have gone through their illustrious international careers without a Welsh Test victory over the All Blacks on their glittering CV. The Pontypool front-row, Gareth Edwards, Barry John, JPR Williams, Gerald Davies and Phil Bennett right up to the likes of Neil Jenkins, Shane Williams, Adam Jones and Mike Phillips have all worn the three feathers with distinction but in an era when it's 63 years of hurt since Ken Jones' famous try last downed the All Blacks.

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  4. Hereford urged not to parade bull around Wembley by animal rights...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | Daily Mail

    A leading animal rights group is demanding that the Football Association block Hereford FC from parading a bull around Wembley at the FA Vase final on Sunday. The Midland Football League side - nicknamed the Bulls - were granted permission to lead their mascot, Hawkesbury Ronaldo, around the stadium for 30 minutes leading up to the match against Morpeth Town.

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  5. Second man charged with alleged murder of woman appears at crown courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | IcNetwork

    A second man charged with the alleged murder of a woman who was found dead at a house in Neath has appeared before Swansea Crown Court. Andrea Lewis, 51, was found dead at a property in Tonna, Neath , at about 8am on January 30 this year.

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  6. Live updates as evidence continues in trial of man accused of manslaughter of former rugby playerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | IcNetwork

    Jonathon 'Jonny' Thomas, 34, died following an incident in Swansea on November 1. Daniel Shepherd, of Drummau Road in Skewen, Neath, has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter The trial is continuing today in the case of a man accused of the manslaughter of a former rugby player. Daniel Shepherd, 23, of Skewen, Neath, is standing trial at Swansea Crown Court where he denies the manslaughter of 34-year-old former Swansea and Aberavon RFC player Jonathon Thomas, of Mumbles.

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  7. Elaine Paige will perform at the Brangwyn Hall in Swansea later this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | This is South Wales

    Much loved singer and actress Elaine Paige OBE will perform at Swansea's Brangwyn Hall in Swansea later this year - the only performance she will make in south Wales on this tour. The Stripped Back tour will celebrate the work of the artist's favourite songwriters including Andrew Lloyd Webber, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon, Elton John and Bert Bacharach.

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  8. NatWest announces more bank closuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | BBC News

    A spokesman for the RBS Group, which NatWest is part of, said branches, "remain an important part of the service we provide customers". Branches in Chepstow, Monmouth, Hay-on-Wye, Pencoed, Mumbles, Maesteg, Llandeilo, Holyhead, Conwy, Cardiff North, Builth Wells, and Aberdare will all be changing their opening hours from August.

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  9. The Matthew Ship that is coming to SwanseaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | This is South Wales

    AHOY there shipmates - a spectacular replica of a medieval ship is set to take centre stage at a marine-themed festival that is sailing into Swansea's Prince of Wales Dock on Friday and Saturday. The University of Wales Trinity Saint David has joined forces with Swansea Council to bring the Coleridge in Wales Festival to the city for the first time.

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  10. 11 great reasons to go shopping in Swansea city centre this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | This is South Wales

    With over 100 stalls offering everything from seafood to jewellery, Swansea's award-winning market, the largest indoor market in Wales, has quite a history, with the current incarnation opening in 1961. Looking for something a little bit different? For those in search of American comic books, pop culture collectables, specialist role playing games and all manner of rarities from the worlds of superheroes, Game of Thrones and The Simpsons, The Comix Shoppe in Shopper's Walk Arcade has been plying its trade in the city for a remarkable 30 years, while High Street is home to The Gamers' Emporium and The Freaks Geeks & Autograph Store, and Clark's Gifts can be found in Swansea Market.

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  11. Rugby player due to start new life in Australia with Barry Sheene's ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | Daily Mail

    Rugby player due to start new life in Australia with Barry Sheene's daughter 'was killed by single punch to head on night out' Prosecution say Shepherd 'deliberately, gratuitously, needlessly' punched Mr Thomas to the back of the head 'causing an injury that led to his death' A rugby player due to start a new life in Australia with Barry Sheene's daughter was killed by a single punch to the back of the head, a court heard today. Jonathan Thomas, 34, was on a night out visiting family in Wales prior to his move abroad with Sidonie, 30, when he was punched by Daniel Shepherd, 23, during a Halloween night out.

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  12. The best wild trails to 'bikepack' around Wales with just two wheels a tentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | IcNetwork

    Some of Wales' most beautiful hidden trails and ancient trackways have been revealed in a new book of mountain bike camping adventures. Called Bikepacking: Mountain Bike Camping Adventures on the Wild Trails of Britain, it's written by cycle journalist Laurence McJannet and takes you on an off-road adventure, cycling and wild camping some of this country's most beautiful rural idylls.

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  13. MP's anger as elective surgery at Morriston Hospital... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | This is South Wales

    ELECTIVE surgery a hospital in Swansea was 'cancelled for almost two months' earlier this year because no beds were available, according to Gower MP Byron Davies. Mr Davies had submitted a Freedom of Information request to ABMU health board after being told by constituents there was an effective moratorium on elective surgery at Morriston Hospital .

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  14. Presteigne Floral Arts Society celebrate crystal anniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | Hereford Times

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  15. Shocking balcony collapse in Wales vs New Zealand rugby match caught on video as game carries onRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | Mirror.co.uk

    The 1924 showdown between the All Blacks and Wales packed in more incidents and controversy than the other 29 Test meetings put together Rugby fans were caught on camera tumbling from a collapsed balcony in a 1924 grudge match between New Zealand and Wales rugby teams. But their 1924 showdown at St Helen's, Swansea, packed in more incidents and controversy than the other 29 Test meetings put together.

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  16. Plant sales take root at Hereford collegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | Ledbury Reporter

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  17. King and Evans come through to take top spot at LudlowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 10 | Ludlow Advertiser

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  18. Adam Cook, Ash Cook, Matt Fairman, Lewis Hodges were winners at Cleobury Mortimer once againRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 10 | Ludlow Advertiser

    Home News Sport Announcements Jobs Most popular UK news Send us your news Cars Traffic & travel Business Directory Property Dating Desktop site LUDLOW Golf Club's Ollie Lewis and George Watton and Darren Humphries and Harry Lines shot gross 72s to be at the top of the leaderboard at the end of the opening round of the Jeffrey Clee Salver. Strong wind and fast greens made scoring difficult in the second round though and a fantastic afternoon score of level par 70 was enough to secure first place for Tom King and Garath Evans with a total score of 145.

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  19. Fancy a brisk 42-mile walk across Wales? It's all for a good cause...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 10 | IcNetwork

    Now people across Wales are being encouraged to take part in the 42-mile Rotary Across Wales Walk which is celebrating it's 10th anniversary. The annual event, held on the Saturday closest to the longest day of the year, is organised by three local Rotary Clubs as a way of raising funds for their own local, national and international charitable causes.

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  20. Five Welsh learners reach the National Eisteddfod's final testRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 10 | IcNorthWales

    The semi final of the Welsh Learner of the Year was held last weekend and for the second time ever, the adjudicators have chosen five finalists rather than the usual four. This year's finalists are Rwth Evans, Cardiff; Rachel Jones, Builth Wells; Naomi O'Brien, Bedlinog; Sarah Reynolds, Carmarthen and Hannah Roberts, Brynmawr.

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